Anti-nutritive activity of wheat pentosans
in poultry diets.
Further, by the action of this enzyme there is a better redistribution of the water phase to the phase of pentosans
(gluten becomes more extensible), resulting in improved bread volume (KATINA, 2003).
It can perform Solvent Retention Capacity tests to determine water absorption in a flour sample, breaking it down to the degree of absorption contributed by its glutenin, pentosans
and damaged starch portions.
Chemically, bagasse contains about 50% a-cellulose, 30% pentosans
, and 2.
The inhibition of nutrient digestion by wheat pentosans
The major factors contributing to the farinograph absorption include protein content, starch, damaged starch, pentosans
and gluten strength (Vizitiuand Danciu, 2011).
Effect of Pentosans
on Gluten formation and properties.
For the WSB, it was observed that the longer storage time led to decreases of the pH, the pentosans
, and holocellulose contents and increases of the klason lignin, alkali solubility, and solvent extractives, which plays a large part in the reduction of the fiber's quality.
Study of amylase ratio in starch, total pentosans
and protein content in advanced lines of hexaploid wheat, book of abstracts.
Effect of laccase and manganese peroxidase on wheat gluten and pentosans
The carbon compounds found in fibrous bulk ingredients include cellulose, lignin, hemicelluloses and pentosans
Extraction of pentosans
from lignocellulosic materials.